Safeguarding refers to the processes adopted by our college community for actively observing, monitoring, reporting and recording ALL matters which may potentially put our students at risk of harm or abuse.
ALL staff have a safeguarding responsibility and receive annual training on this, we work together to keep the students in our care safe and well.
The staff responsible for ensuring that Safeguarding processes and reporting are maintained are:
Mrs N Styles - Head of Care & Safeguarding/ Deputy DSL/ Deputy Designated LAC
Miss S Forster - Lead Safeguarding Officer
Miss F Lally - Medical & Safeguarding Officer
Mr D Gidman - Headteacher/ Safeguarding Officer
Mrs C Roberts - Deputy Headteacher/ Designated Safeguarding Lead
Mr D Boyle - Deputy Headteacher/Safeguarding Officer
Ms A Lunney - Deputy Headteacher/Safeguarding Officer
Miss L Crowley - Assistant Headteacher/ Safeguarding Officer/ Designated Teacher of LAC
Miss C Lyon - Assistant Headteacher/Safeguarding Officer
Mrs J Sullivan - Assistant Headteacher/Safeguarding Officer
Mrs C Loftus - Assistant Headteacher/Safeguarding Officer
Mrs M Murphy - ECT & School Direct Support Officer / Safeguarding Officer
PC Caroline - Community Police Officer
Mrs T Mathias - Oratory Manager / Safeguarding Officer
Prevent is a government strategy designed to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorists of extreme causes. It covers all types of terrorism and extremism, including political and religious extremism.
Our Safeguarding Team have come up with a list of contacts that will help and support our young people and their families:
We take the safety of every member of our College community very seriously including their safety whilst using technology. We have measures in place to protect our students while they are working online in school and we educate them on the importance of staying safe when they are not in school. This section of our website contains information about keeping young people safe when they are using computers, mobile phones and gaming technology.
Merseyside Violence Reduction Partnership have developed a campaign to raise awareness about the impact of Child Criminal Exploitation (CCE).
St John Bosco has been lucky to work with an organisation called Rainbows. Rainbows offer support to young people and families who have had a bereavement. More information from them can be found on their website.